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Waving the White Flag

Letting Go of My Goal to Post Daily in 2015:A Failed Resolution

At the beginning of the year, I set a goal/New Year’s Resolution of posting new content on the site every day in 2015.

I knew at the time that perfection would be difficult, but I figured I’d do my best and hopefully only miss a handful of days.

So far in 2015, I believe I’ve only missed 5 days of posting. And if I’m honest, I’d have to say that I’m pretty happy with my consistency and I feel like I’m on the toward making this particular resolution a success.

Except for the fact that I’m purposefully breaking the resolution and letting go my goal.

Waving the White Flag

Why I’m Waving the White Flag

3 Reasons That I’m Letting Go of My Goal of Posting Daily

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Halfway point of 2015

Taking Inventory at the Halfway Point of 2015

If you were following me or the blog at the beginning of the year, you know how much of a fan I am of New Year’s Resolutions.

 

Halfway point of 2015

Don’t Look Now, But It’s Already the Halfway Point of 2015!

Making resolutions/goals in the first week of January is one thing, but looking back on them multiple times throughout the year, gauging progress, and adjusting as necessary is extremely important.

At least if you want to stay on track, meet your goals, and not keep making the same resolutions year after year.

So how am I doing on my goals for 2015? Let’s take a look at where I stand at the halfway point of 2015.

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Boston Marathon

12 Reasons I Can’t Wait to Run the Boston Marathon

With all due respect to the NASCAR fans out there, tomorrow is the true day of the Great American Race.

Boston Marathon

The 119th running of the Boston Marathon is less than 24 hours away, and for the 119th consecutive year I won’t be taking part in the race.

Eventually, come hell or high water, that streak will be coming to an end and I will be toeing the line for the Boston Marathon. There aren’t many races that I am hellbent on running, but this one is.

And here are a few of the reasons why.

12 Things I Love About the Boston Marathon

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Keys to Improve as a Runner

4 Key Components to Improve as a Runner

When it comes to reaching new running goals, many runners think they need to be running more, running longer, or running faster. Or all of the above.

And if that’s your focus, I guarantee you are not maximizing your potential as a runner and are making it more difficult to achieve your goals.

Contrary to popular belief, becoming a better runner requires much more than just #running. Click To Tweet

If you are serious about the desire to improve as a runner, and stay injury free at the same time, here are the 4 key components that need to be a part of any training plan that you will be following if you really want to  to improve as a runner.

Keys to Improve as a Runner

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In Running and in Life, the Little Things Really Matter

Quick Tip–The Importance of Doing the Little Things

The 10,000 foot view of running is pretty simple: keep putting one foot in front of the other until you get to the finish line, then stop.

In Running and in Life, the Little Things Really Matter

But if you have goals for your running, there are many little things that you can do in order to make sure that you achieve your goals without falling apart first. Read more